ADRA Mozambique has been working in education for 11 years (8 years in adult literacy and numeracy training, and 3 years in formal education)
ADRA Mozambique has been working in education for 11 years (8 years in adult literacy and numeracy training, and 3 years in formal education). ADRA has been providing quality holistic, non-segregated formal education which encourages intellectual, physical and spiritual human development at the Munguluni Mission, district of Lugela in Zambezia province. ADRA contributed to the country’s national education expansion plan by implementing a wide based curriculum and school infrastructure development in resuscitating a mission station, which had been destroyed during the civil war. ADRA has improved the level of education from grade 5 primary to grade 9, a secondary level, where a 100% pass rate was attained for two consecutive years at grade 7th.
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Emergency School Feeding Project
Still in the context of assistance to the Internally Displaced Persons (IDP’s) in Cabo Delgado Province, ADRA in partnership with World Food Program (WFP) is implementing the Emergency school feeding Project with the aim to increase access to food and improve school enrolment in 39 primary schools of Cabo Delgado province and ensure at least all schools have an average of 80% of student’s attendance frequency across 5 districts in Cabo Delgado province, namely Ancuabe, Chiúre, Metuge, Pemba and Montepuez respectively. With the length of seven months, the project is in play since September 1st 2021 until April 2022, and is going to reach over 44.408 vulnerable IDP’s and host school children from grades 1st to 7th in the 39 schools of the above-mentioned districts.